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Bands that have progressively gotten worse


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Yeah, it was weird because AFI is the band that kind of grew with my changes and tastes. Back in the mid 90's all I was into was punk from Bad Religion to Screaching Weasel and mainly everything on Nitro led by AFI. As I started to mature so did my musical tastes and apparently so did the bands as they progressively worked their way from a "punk" sound.

I haven't listened to them much since December Underground with the occassional listen to their older stuff like Black Sails and Shut Your Mouth.

It's actually one of the few bands where I enjoy their entire catalog.

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Yeah, it was weird because AFI is the band that kind of grew with my changes and tastes. Back in the mid 90's all I was into was punk from Bad Religion to Screaching Weasel and mainly everything on Nitro led by AFI. As I started to mature so did my musical tastes and apparently so did the bands as they progressively worked their way from a "punk" sound.

I haven't listened to them much since December Underground with the occassional listen to their older stuff like Black Sails and Shut Your Mouth.

It's actually one of the few bands where I enjoy their entire catalog.

The word "evolved" is overused in the music industry when a band changes their style but I really think it applies here. No question that it's too mainstream for some but they're good at what they do.

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I'm not a fan of their work before the art of drowning.

Looks like you and I have exact opposite opinions on them. I saw Art of Drowning as the time when I stopped listening to them because of the direction they were going. To each his own though.

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Looks like you and I have exact opposite opinions on them. I saw Art of Drowning as the time when I stopped listening to them because of the direction they were going. To each his own though.

I hear ya, I just couldn't get past his tone on the earlier albums. To be honest, I didn't think Davey was all that talented vocally until I heard him unleash his range. He didn't do much of that on the early stuff.

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